Aberdeen Massage Therapy Program

Massage Therapy (600 hours) / Massage Therapy II (300 hours) - Certificate Programbusiness

The Massage Therapy and Massage Therapy II Programs are designed to prepare the graduate for a career in massage therapy.

These programs are designed to prepare the graduate for a career as a massage therapist. Graduates will gain the education and experience they need to perform therapeutic massage and bodywork treatments professionally. These techniques are based on human anatomy and physiology so that graduates will be able to perform massage therapy safely and comfortably for their clients.

Massage Therapy Program Information (available at Main Campus and Branch Campus)

Length: 24 weeks, 25 Hours/Week
Total Credit Hours: 600 (500 required, 100 elective)
Total Credit Units: 60 (50 required, 10 elective)

Massage Therapy II Program Information (available at Main Campus only)

Length: 12 weeks, 25 Hours/Week
Total Credit Hours: 300
Total Credit Units: 30

Admission Requirements

Aberdeen College accepts students with one of the following qualifications: a High School Diploma, passing the General Education Development (GED) test, passing the California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE), or passing the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST) (see page 31, Section 23 of the School Catalog for explanation). The applicants should also have reached compulsory age to be accepted by Aberdeen College. The compulsory age is 16 years old and above as defined by the State of California Department of Education.